WELCOME TO THE PHOENIX5
PROSTATE CANCER GLOSSARY
Version 2.01 rev 5/6/02
IMPORTANT: To download and use this glossary YOU MUST:
0. DELETE VERSION 1 AND ANY SHORTCUTS IF YOU HAVE THEM.
1. Have about 1.7MG of free space on your hard drive
2. Know how to download a ZIP file to a selected folder
3. Know how to find that ZIP file
4. Know how to EXTRACT a ZIP file to a selected folder
5. Know how to find the GLOSSARY.HTML to start
Extraction will create a folder called "p5glossV2". See below
OPEN THE GLOSSARY ONLY WITH YOUR BROWSER, such as Explorer or
Netscape. Nothing else will work.
THIS IS NOT A PROGRAM. Installation adds nothing else to your
system. It consists of files that you will open with a browser
(for example, Explorer or Netscape). You may remove it by just
deleting the folder.
It will work with PCs or Macs.
This READ ME FIRST document contains the following information:
* What this glossary consists of
* Why so many files?
* What is new in Version 2?
* Can I overwrite the Version 1?
* How to install the glossary (PC & Macs)
* How to find it (if misplaced after downloading)
* How to access the glossary through a shortcut/alias
* Tips on using the glossary
* How to delete/remove the glossary
* Disclaimer & Copyright
* Permission to use & redistribute
* Final word
WHAT THIS GLOSSARY CONSISTS OF:
1. A file called GLOSSARY.HTML
2. This README.TXT file
3. A folder with 465 files.
WHY SO MANY FILES?
By putting each definition in its own document, it is faster
than putting over 500 definitions on one page.
WHAT IS NEW IN VERSION 2.01?
For version 2, very single page has been redesigned to help
navigation. The abbreviations page was deleted because they
are in the main menu. There are also a number of words that
were added or updated.
Version 2.01 fixed some minor HTML code (the language that
creates a Web page) in version 2 that might have created problems.
CAN I OVERWRITE VERSION 1?
No. Delete Version 1 and start again because this is glossary is
completely redesigned. If you have version 1.1, delete it and
replace it with this one.
WHY THE "REGISTRATION"?
I may want to survey users later about the value.
Your email address will not be shared with any third parties.
Meanwhile, please note that "registration" is not required to
download the file.
HOW TO INSTALL THE GLOSSARY
These files are designed to work on PCs or Macs.
Download it to a selected folder on your hard drive.
Open the file (using WinZip, StuffIt Expander etc.)and save it
to your selected folder.
The extracted folder will be named "p5glossV2."
HOW TO FIND IT (IF MISPLACED)
Technically, it really doesn't matter where the folder is, as
long as you have a shortcut/alias. (See below) But if you extract
it and then can't find it, PC users should open FIND then
FILES & FOLDERS under START.
Mac users, Sherlock (Cmd-F) will find it.
TIP: If that didn't work, the file name may have changed in the
extraction. Try looking for "p5glossV2" and then see what folder
it is in.
HOW TO ACCESS THE GLOSSARY WITH A SHORTCUT/ALIAS
PC: Highlight glossary.html. Right click and select SEND TO
and then DESKTOP (CREATE SHORTCUT) and it will be created on
1. Launch your Web browser
2. Choose "Open File" or "open page" in the File menu and open the
file glossary.html in the p5glossV2 folder
3. Choose "Add Page to Favorites" in the Favorites menu or "Add
Bookmark" in the Bookmarks menu
TIPS ON USING THE GLOSSARY
This is designed to work while you are not on the Internet.
There are some links to pages that require you are connected to
HOW TO DELETE/REMOVE THE GLOSSARY
Because this glossary is not a program, it will not install
anything else on your computer. Therefore, you can delete it
as you would any folder.
DISCLAIMER & COPYRIGHT
Just like every software provider, we have to say that
downloading and extracting these files will be the
responsibility of the user. Phoenix5 is not responsible for any
damage that may allegedly be done by or attributed to the
downloading, extraction and use of these files.
This glossary is for education only and is not medical advice.
It is meant to help the patient to better understand words and
abbreviations so that he or she may better discuss these issues
with their doctor(s) and does not replace or modify any
This Personal Edition is copyrighted (c) 2002 by Phoenix5, a
nonprofit corporation registered in the State of Ohio. All
Rights Reserved. Quoted material is under the Fair Use
doctrine, used by a non-profit corporation for education
and not for sale.
PERMISSION TO USE & REDISTRIBUTE
Permission is granted to individuals to use this Personal
Edition. Downloading and installing it signals their agreement
that it is provided according to this document.
Permission is also granted to redistribute this to individuals,
especially to those without access to the Web, provided it is
distributed intact, with all documents present in the compressed
files and unchanged, including this document.
Any sale of this glossary is expressly forbidden.
This glossary is not intended for use on Web sites without the
expressed, written permission of the Phoenix5 Webmaster,
Robert Young (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The entire purpose is to put a glossary into your hands, so you
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